My 1st night out last night. I used the 2 c tables. A bit of wobble, but I think I really like my idea of a cart. Tearing down at the end of the night sucks when you're tired. Would be nice to just brought it back in the garage. And I underestimated how many little eye piece parts are sitting around on the ground to step on. A table may give me a spot next to the scope to put gear
There are many solutions that avoid tearing the scope down. With larger scopes, wheel barrow handles are the typical method. It works with smaller scopes as well but it's overkill.
With a smaller scope, a hand truck is an easy way to move a Dob with a minimum of hassle.
As others have said, an adjustable observing chair is comfortable and quick to adjust. Viewing seated not only is more comfortable but your upper body is much more stable. This is particularly important when viewing at high magnifications. My favorite chair is the Starbound, the one in this photo is over 20 years old..
A rock solid mount is one of the advantages of the Dobsonian, elevating it is never as solid as being on the ground..The resolution of a 10 inch Dob is about 1/2 arc-second. A vibration of a small fraction of a millimeter will blur the image.
As far as the table and storage,there are a number of solutions. With a Dob, sometimes eyepiece racks are attached to the rocker box. That way the eyepieces are there at your fingertips as you move about the sky.
Often, one does have a stand alone observing table for eyepieces etc. I sometimes use a rolling cart so my eyepieces, filters etc are right at my fingertips. I roll the cart when I move to a different part of the sky. But currently, I use eyepiece racks mounted to a Bogen 3046 tripod with an accessory tray on top for filters, binoculars, etc.
(Catsperch Pro chair with 16 inch Dobstuff)